Sperry High School’s office has a new face—Mr. Randy Shaw. Mr. Shaw is stepping in as Principal and Athletic Director, on the heels of the retirement of Mr. Mike Haney. Mr. Shaw has served as a teacher, coach, elementary and high school principal, and athletic director. “Mr. Shaw has experience in both positions he has taken on,” Sperry Superintendent Dr. Brian Beagles said, “and he worked . . .
Welcome to the new Sperry Public Schools web site. We have been working hard for the past few months to redesign the web site, and we will be making additions over the course of the next several weeks and months. The site will continue to evolve and keep you up to date on important school activities and information. While the . . .
Employment Opportunities at Sperry Public Schools
The Reading Sufficiency Act has an immediate effect on all students in grades Kindergarten through 3rd grade, and because of the required retention of students reading below grade level, it can have a lasting effect on students in 4th grade and beyond. It is important that parents be well-informed of this important legislation and its impact on the school district and its elementary students. This link to the Oklahoma State Department of Education web site has a wide range of helpful information: http://www.ok.gov/sde/parents-reading-sufficiency
Since February, Dr. Beagles has been giving monthly update reports to the Board of Education about students receiving breakfast at Sperry Elementary and Sperry Middle School through the Breakfast in the Classroom program. The program, serving students in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade allows every student in those grades to receive a free breakfast at school. Through this program, students go to their regularly scheduled class at the start of the school day, and a count is taken of all the students who want to receive breakfast that morning. Breakfast in the Classroom is a national program designed to ensure all students are provided healthy breakfast choices to start their day, with each nutritionally balanced meal offering healthy choices and always include milk and/or juice. Sperry's Elementary and Middle Schools piloted the program throughout the second semester as part of a study of student participation, influence on instruction, and possible effect on student academic performance. The teacher performs regular duties while students eat their meal and begins the day's first lesson as usual. Students engage in learning . . .
In addition to view choices, the mobile view offers additional features like: A responsive design that adjusts to any display size Dynamic imagery with color and photos Collapsible navigation Language translation Search function Scrolling banners Calendar Highlights Polls Quick Links In August 2012, Pew Internet Research reported 45 percent of American adult cell phone owners have a smartphone. In addition, 25 percent of American adults own a tablet computer. Those numbers are expected to increase. Anticipating this, our website provider, SOCS, helped us get ready for the trend by providing a mobile view of our web site. SOCS , a leading web-hosting company, furnishes websites for school districts, hospitals, municipalities and other community non-profits. This service is provided by the Foundation for Educational Services, in Lincoln Nebraska. Source: http://pewinternet.org/Commentary/2012/February/Pew-Internet-Mobile.aspx